Lucy Wankuru Meng’anyi.

Academic Qualifications

Lucy Wankuru Meng’anyi.

2012-2014 – Master of Science in Nursing (Critical Care Option) at the University of Nairobi

Thesis: An Assessment of the Management of Clinical Alarms in the Nursing Care of Critically Ill Patients at the Critical Care Unit, Kenyatta National Hospital

2001- 2005- Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Nairobi

1997- 2000Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education at Buruburu Girls Secondary School

Work Experience

Operating Room Nurse at Kenyatta National Hospital – February 2007 to September 2012

Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Critical Care Unit Kenyatta National Hospital – December 2014 to October 2015

Nurse consultant – Implementation Research Solutions Kenya (IRSK)- A nongovernmental organization based in Kakamega county


  1. March 2005 – Did a Palliative care course offered by the Nairobi Hospice                   
  2. 2010–   Undertook a short course on Knee arthroscopy
  3. 2011-   TB and HIV short course
  4. 2012-   HIV Testing and Counseling Course (HTC)
  5. 2013– Worked as a Nurse supervisor for Implementation Research Solutions (IRSK)
  6. 5th – 6th 2013 – Attended the 7th NTD conference held at the VIC Hotel December and was awarded a certificate for 2nd position best poster presentation.
  7. 4th -6th Dec 2013– Attended a workshop on Social Science Methods for NTDs 7th NTD conference
  8. 31st March – 5th April 2014- Undertook a Programme Management course at the University of Nairobi
  9. April 30th, 2014– Undertook a Research Ethics Training Curriculum course offered by Family Health International
  10. January –February 2015– Did an online course on Leadership and Management offered by the University of Washington.
  11. February 2015– TOT on Basic Life Support for Mogadishu University
  12. October 2016 and January 2017– Involved in the review of the Nursing procedure manual for the Nursing Council of Kenya
  13. 2016– Reviewed 10 manuscripts for Biomed Central
  14. February 8th – 12th 2017– Trained for American Heart Association BLS and PALS sponsored by Operation Smile International

Peer reviewed abstracts

  • Manuscript currently under review by Biomed Central: NURS-D-16-00136R1: Assessment of Nurses Interventions in the Management of Clinical Alarms in the Critical Care Unit, Kenyatta National Hospital, a Cross sectional study


  • Julius Ho. J1, Odhiambo.G2, Meng’L.W.3, Musuva.R.M.2, Mule.J.M.2, Alaly.Z.S.2, Odiere. M.R.4*, Mwinzi.P.N.4 and Ganley-Leal.L5..Evaluation of medicine retail outlets for sale of typhoid fever vaccine among adults in two urban and rural settings in western Kenya: a proof-of-concept study. Biomed Central Health Services Research.2016. 16:527 DOI 10.1186/s12913-016-1788-5


  • Operation Smile Kenya
  • Surgical Society of Kenya
  • Implementation Research Solutions Kenya (IRSK)